The differences from past material on Have You Been There, Have You Seen It are slight, but worth noting. Hauff's synth leads have rarely sounded as airy and enthusiastic as on "Nothing Is What I Know," though those moods are tempered by her wispy spoken-word vocals. The melodic elements on "Gift," the EP's best track, are dense with warmth and movement—arps scatter, synths soar and bass jabs in hiss-laden electro shapes.
The other two tracks are typical of the scuzzier experiments found on A Tape; they sound unfinished when compared with "Nothing Is What I Know" and "Gift." "Do You Really Think Like That?"'s buzzing synth lead and acid bassline, always on the verge of distortion, tumble nicely together in the track's clap-heavy groove. "Continuez Mon Enfant Vous Serez Traité En Conséquence" seems immersed in the filthy low-end. Only selected bits of percussion, tapped out in morse code-like strings, manage to escape Hauff's 303 swamp.